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>> it is 21 degrees right now and i would not be surprised if the temperatures drop. satellite and radar shows the cold front bringing snow to the northwest of this will slide into the bay area and increased the likelihood for rain. snow levels are going to drop at about 2,500 ft.. i would not be surprised if we see snow for the diablo range. the temperatures are in the 20's and '30's and you can expect 50's for the afternoon. we have the possibility of rain. >> i will have before detail what you can expect + your 7 day around the bay coming up. >> the coldest spots this morning are the inland areas of the bay.
kron 4's mike pelton is in walnut creek braving the chilly temperatures. mike? >> it has gotten a little bit colder. we are sitting at 26 degrees. it is a very cold start and walnut creek. so far, there is not a lot of people enrolled in the good news is there is no wind. we have not seen this so far this morning but still, there is not a lot of people out on the road. some people that have left are crammed into the coffee shop to stay warm. >> you just have to address warmer. you need to dress in layers. >> you need to put it does not hardly ever did this cold. you just have the
lira. >> i asked him if he has had it issues such as frozen pipes and he told me know and that he is actually a plumber. of course, there is still the possibility of a freeze on morning so this is for about another three hours and it could also rained so you should get out jerk cold, your umbrella. it is shaping up to be a very cold, wet day. the >> what i have been enjoyed mostly is people telling me that this is the coldest place they have never lived spread one woman told me that i was a web because she was from michigan. if she stated that there weather would not as out. >> some people say that it is not that bad. >> cold temperatures in the
north bay as welll that's where we find kron 4's jackie sissel this morning. jackie. >> i used to live in san diego and bait used to get into the mid 60's. at that point people are bringing out their policy colds but right now, in the north bay it is still at the freezing mark. yesterday, it was a little colder. my pipes had frozen at my home and i had no water for about two hours. you have to lock those pipes, the ones on outside the lead to your house. a lot of people caught will experience this. about 3:00 a.m. this morning when i got up for work, the windshield was iced over and i just have to spread over. we are still just an hour away from the coldest temperatures. we will probably see them drop another 3 to 4 degrees before the sun comes up. we
still have a little ways to go. >> sorry about your pipes. you have to leave your a faucet on a slow drip to keep your water moving redlin >> and many of you have been sending us your cold weather pictures. >> will be providing you all the updates on our website. as well as our facebook center page.
>> the u.s. unemployment rate falls to its five-year low of 7 percent as employers added 203,000 jobs. a fourth straight month of solid hiring cut the u.s. unemployment rate. the labor department also revised october's gain to 200,000. the job gains helped lower the unemployment rate from 7.3% in october. the economy has not generated an average of 204,000 jobs from august through november. that is of some 159,000 a month from april through july.
>> nelson mandela will have a states burial on december 15th. slacks or around the world are at half staff in tribute to a man many call a giant for justice. nelson mandela, the former south african president and nobel peace died yesterday at his home in johannesburg at the age of 95. this is video of his supporters outside of his home. south africans drapes in flags and images of mandela get on the streets to sing and dance. mandela's body is not a military hospital in pretoria, head of a state funeral and a little more than a week from now. >> the chp has issued a statewide amber alert for a 14-year-old girl believed to have been abducted by a man in kennewick, washington. 19-year-old eduardo flores- rosales on the right is suspected of abducting elizabeth romero on the left on wednesday afternoon.
romero is described as a hispanic girl standing 5 feet 3 inches tall, weighing 130 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. she was last seen wearing a white tank top, dark pants and was carrying a backpack and a pink purse. flores-rosales is a hispanic man standing 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighing 200 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. he was last seen driving a early 2000s green ford escape they maybe passing through the bay area en route to mexico.teen on the left, suspect on the right in vo washington could be en route to mexico >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. we will have an update on the shooting the shutdown part of interstate 5 in stockton. >> the charges are now coming in connection with
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>> welcome back. the time is 6:11 a.m.. the president of san jose state university has announced that a former judge will conduct an independent review of alleged harassment of an african -american student. those claims of harassment sparked an outrage on campus and throughout the bay area last month. university president mohammad qayoumi named retired judge ladoris h. cor-dell to lead a task force. it will determine what existing rules were broken and recommend changes for ensuring future student safety. the task force was appointed amid allegations that four white freshmen subjected their black roommate to racial slurs, other torments and even injuries.
>> federal officials are expected to file charges against the person they believe started the wildfire that raged through yosemite national park and the sierra foothills earlier this year. a hunter set an illegal campfire in the stanislaus national forest in august. it became one of the largest california. the fire was not contained until late october, it burned four hundred square miles and cost the state an estimated 54 million dollars in damages. >> in washington this morning, some of the top democrats and republicans in congress are working on a backup plan to make sure the military is covered before year's end. the senate and the house have only one legislative week to work out their differences before the house adjourns december 13th. a pared-back bill would cover a pay raise for troops, buy new ships and aircraft and address sexual assault in the military.
>> welcome back. it is 23 degrees in santa rosa us. it is 23 degrees right now in oklahoma city. they have snow and ice, not in their morning commute. snow is stretching down for tennessee. it is an ice storm in dallas or all of their schools are closed. >> my brother went to sarah crews and he stated that it is the coldest place to live. he stated that they would ice down and play hockey in the doorways. >> i remember walking brokehow was going to talk about
santsarah crews. >> the temperatures are two degrees warmer than yesterday. that is something. we are still well below freezing. santa rosa is still a 23 and fairfield is now in the low 20s, 23 leaving your house in vallejo. we are below freezing in livermore in concord. this is why we're waking up to clear conditions. the clear air, the temperatures will drop. we're also tracking a system. this will bring the possibility of rain and snow. it is want to be very likely later on today pripet the coldest spot some of the protected valleys. winter weather advisories
are in effect to to our morning for the portions of the east bay. above 2,500 ft. we may see two to 4 in. of snow. >> this is starting to feel like christmas time because we go into afternoon it will be the low 50's. it will start of sunday and then you will see a decrease. future cast 4 shows just clouds to deal with approaching launch time. there will be light rain to pass over just-in- time for the evening commute. you may deal with slick conditions but is still will be cold. the heaviest rain is on to fall overnight. hopefully, it will not impact us to bed.ad. we may have been widespread black eyes for saturday morning pripet the rain is out of here by 6:00 p.m. tomorrow.
>> the 7 day around the bay highlights a very frigid mornings and that it will continue. the temperatures will be into the low 20s waking of sunday morning. the clear skies will stick around and then the temperatures will start to decline. will be back in the '60s by tonext week. >> there is an accident with multiple cars. hopefully, they can give this mold. otherwise, we may see a very long day at the bay bridge. here is a live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza. it's the fasttrack lines are still moving okay. that's a that maybe just pass of the tow, lane number five. the san mattel bridges in good shape and there still moving okay with no delays. east of
bonn, is looking good and the golden gate bridge is in good shape. >> align >> police identify the man killed in a vallejo shooting thursday afternoon. the victim is 22-year-old emil rodriguez. police received reports of a police say they had a lead on a suspect but could not >> police in stockton have identified the man wanted in connection with a november stabbing in san jose. it's a story we brought you live yesterday morning on kron 4. 43-year-old robert craig perry of santa nella. led the c-h- p and stockton police on a high speed chase on interstate- 5 at one a-m. once his car was disabled, police say. perry approached officers with a knife and was shot and killed by officers early this morning. he was later pronounced
>> the outlook for hiring is improving and the economy is growing at a fast pace in more than a year. stock traders are worried that the federal reserve is closer to pulling back its estimate is. that's $85 billion a month bond buying program has been helping to power this year's record-setting spread here is a look at the close the numbers. the dow jones industrial average dropped 68 points. the nasdaq declined nearly 5 points. s&p 500 drop to for the fifth time in a road just today, matching its lowest losing streak since september. it closed down nearly 8 points. >> coming up one the kron4 morning news. will have your tech report.
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>> it is time for the tech report with gabe slate. there is a big battle that is shaping up. on sunday, amazon made a big splash about their drawn delivery system. now, google is investing big time in a similar project. there buying their way into the robot next game, that will buy seven companies. these
companies will specialize in computervision. when they combine these companies, that will be under one of growth in silicon valley. >> engineers that are heading this, rubin, the man who built they android software. he told new york times said the robotics project is in the heart of one of the long term, big deals. they are putting in big money on this. this is a big focus of the motive for. it is unclear just what they would to some say they will do deliveries like amazon is working on or they could look into factory settings like electronics. perhaps, there are working on butler type robots. >> as of some of third
shots, the project combines both hardware and software. they have become a company that handles both. they are perfect place to make this new robot world a reality. it could pioneer a whole new industry. >> gabe slate, kron 4 news. >> starbucks is selling its limited edition 450-dollar gift cards! and they're expected to go fast. these cards are metal and preloaded with 400 dollars-- enough money to keep you caffeinated all year long. however, there is a catch.you can't get these cards in stores.you can only buy them on the flash sale website gilt-dot-com. the cards go on sale today at noon. last year the cards sold out in about six minutes. >> i remember one best to
buy did this on the tvs. they sold out really fast. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news >> we have more information this morning about a woman's ashes who were left there is san francisco ramp. >> we have a crews all over the bay area on the freezing temperatures. here's a live look out at livermore. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh.
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to 7%. there were a lot of jobs that were created and month of november and the october numbers or revised. the good news is that dow futures are rebound in bread dow futures are now up 144. look for a big jump on wall street. >> our top story. day three of freezing temperatures in the bay area. >> take a look, we are still setting stringent conditions. the scene sampras's go is at 43 degrees but that may not seem cold but we have actually tied an old record set 104 years ago. it hasn't been this cold and over a century. it is very chilly conditions but we will continue with this cool down. we will have impossibility of rain pripet
will see it spread we are saying 20's and--38 degrees in daly city and san francisco was a 40 degrees. we are tracking a call from the combined rain, snow to the area i will break down that portion of the forecast coming up. >> let's go outside to kron four's yoli aceves. she's in livermore this morning, yoli? >> i do not have--i cannot stay in the cold. it is a lot colder than it yesterday. i was an walnut creek and it was 22 degrees. i am a little more, it is 26 degrees and is very cold, very dry. i think that is why you do not see a lot of frost. i had to go searching for and i did find some. let
me show you video-shot about 30 minutes ago. this parking lot down the block, some of the cars have frost and some of them did not. i guess is just an indication that there is not a lot of moisture in the air. if it was i did we would see a lot more ice. that is something that we will see later on, tonight in the evening hours. for now, it is is very little frost. it is still very cold. when you go outside, you want to up moisture rise and make sure statured children have on their chap stick. >> this is a third day in the road and this is something that we are getting used to. the temperatures should go up.
>> lucky said, we should have moisture in bond. there is a chance for small to mark. there will obviously give us some pictures a lot of you have been sending your cold weather pictures. we want to see what it looks like for you in your community. send us your photos to breaking news @kron4.com >> i just receive some new ones on my face book page. i wonder how they get those codes on their kids. >> maybe you would just take
them snowboarding. maligned the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a big problem. lane number 5 is blocked by at least a three car accident. crews are on the scene. as you can see there are alone delays. the metering lights are on and so we do have a slow traffic over the span. the san mateo bridge, is in good shape. was bought as having no problems. the spot, is having no problems as minor delays. traffic continues to move well pripet board is also of time. >> the time is 6:34 a.m.. >> there are new details about the human ashes found on a roadside in san francisco. the ashes of dorothy cosmos.who died more than two years ago.were found wednesday. the box of ashes was on the highway 101 freeway entrance at south van ness avenue.
cosmos' family says it's possible the ashes fell out of a truck during a recent move. a relative of dorothy reacts >> i was upset, embarrassed, i called my mother and we were one of the first people that-we knew she was a lover of the ocean. we want to do what we can to make sure she goes where she needs to go. >> dorothy cosmos was a san francisco native and died at age 94. she owned and operated the snack bar of ferry boat trips to and from san francisco in the 19-70s. dorothy's ashes have been given back to family members and now they are working on a final and proper goodbye >> a happy reunion for a family in fremont after they were re-connected with their long-lost cat yesterday. the 6-year old orange tabby, known as dash, ran away from home three- and a -half- years ago. a few days after his owners moved from their previous home in san jose. the cat was taken to a shelter this week by a woman who found him living in a neighborhood a few
miles away from where he had gone missing. dash was quickly reunited with his family because he was micro- chipped. >> how else will we find him. there was no other way they could no he belongs to whip out of the chips. this really paid off. >> ".three years later". >> the animal shelter says it is also important for pet owners to register their animal's micro-chips and update those registrations whenever they move. >> the time is 6:36 a.m.. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. apple has a new way to find out where you are inside of their
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>> welcome back. the dow was up over 140. they're now of 128. the u.s. unemployment drops to 7 per cent spreads the dow was down but we're making some of it up. they are getting closer to the 16 waldemar. the s&p 500 is back to the 800 mark. >> apple has come up with a way to track where you are located, what you are inside
of their store. starting today, the company will begin news and i begin, an act that was any messages tailored to where you are inside the store pripet for example, commuters might get information on subway delays as they stand on the platform, while museum visitors might get details on the paintings they are standing in some of. of course, this will raise privacy concerns, although many shoppers have shown a willingness to be tracks for discounts. >> some people just may have a problem with this. we will see what will happen. >> the holiday season is in full swing and people across the bay area are decorating their homes. these are some photostat some of viewer's have sent us. we encourage
you to share your holiday lights pictures on our face book, or e-mail them to us at breaking firstname.lastname@example.org >> we're also getting new in the holiday spirit with another local kron up special. this will be a one hour show that will take you live all around the bay bringing you some spectacular holiday lights. kron4 amazing holiday lights, next friday night in december 13th at 9:00 p.m.. >> the time is 6:42 a.m.. we are continuing our live coverage with the weather. we also will have more information on the death of nelson mandela. >> here's a live shot from his home.
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>> and ice storm that is already done up to 2 ft. of snow in parts of minnesota and wisconsin has addressed many communities. winter storm in is one is are in affect for texas through the midwest. here temperatures and montana and idaho have fallen below -25 degrees >> this is bringing snow and bitter cold to the center of the country. to the south, snow, sleet his bringing bad conditions. the wind chill is bringing the temperatures below zero. oklahoma and tennessee are under a state of emergency. >> if you do not have to leave, not. >> schools are closed in dallas and other cities. at lot of flights have been canceled. organizers have
also cancel their holidayparade. emergency officials in oklahoma stated that most of the roles are split slick and has a desperate >> if you should drive slow and watch out for the person in front of you. make sure you are ready. >> they have set up a emergency center for those who have been affected by. at least three dozen people have been injured. on thursday, grows restores were filled with people who were stocking up due to the storm. >> milk, bread, potatoes, something that you can rub together quickly. >> some people will have to but bundle up. the temperatures are in the low 20s for fairfield and vallejo. san francisco is still mild compared--we tied
the old record was set a hundred and four years ago. 32 degrees and sunny bell. you will notice that the temperatures are warmer than 24 hours ago. even fairfield, take a look, we are colder for those of you leaving the house. we still have the freeze warnings and affect. most of us will be impacted by this. we also have a winter weather advisory until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. we have the potential to see snow along the diablo range. >> here ais a look at the afternoon highs. napa will have a high of 51. the temperatures in the upper 40's for pleasanton. 53 will be your highs for redwood city. we do have a cold
front that will bring a light snow. that will drop its way into the bay and increased the likelihood for rain and snow. future cast 4 shows that it will be dry for the morning. the evening ride home will start to pick up showers. we will have slick road way is when your headed home of. the heaviest rain is born to fall overnight and we are sleeping. with the cooler air, and again the precipitation i will not be surprised if we see two to 4 in.. it may be a winter wonderland here in the bay area. the 7 day around the bay highlight is a quibble: to very frigid temperatures. >> we will come our way is back into the 60s for next thursday and friday. the time is 6:49 a.m..
>> the speed is going and down on was on a a, there is an accident that has just moved over to the shoulder. if you look at the bay bridge toll plaza you can actually see this accident. the emergency crew is at the bottom. we have lines that are blocked and this is creating a big back up. however, the left hand cash lanes are moving okay. i would expect this to change very soon especially with the metering lights on. the san mateo bridges looking okay. they have no delays. the golden gate bridge is in good shape. we have no bar to delays. >> people around the world are mourning the death of nelson mandela. the former south african president died yesterday at the age of 95. flags have been lowered to half staff and people are remembering his many accomplishments.
emily schmidt has the latest from washington. >> you can already see the this is the first day in 95 years of the world will wake up without nelson mandela. he began his life in a tiny village and ended with the world and morning. >> we will not likely see him again. is up to us, to do as best we can to move forward with his example. >> he spent decades fighting apartheid's in africa. mandela often referred to-the-she was 71 years old when he was released in 1990. >> how does anyone ever know what that means. >> my boys cannot have the opportunity to do things that that may not have had the opportunity to do. >> he is the symbol of
freedom. >> the words for contributions for the first black president comes from all corners of the world. >> the united nations plaza to remember him. at memorial grew outside of the embassy in washington bread there will big 10 officials days of the morning for him. the man who stated that when he turned 90 that he would live without regrets. >> bay area, let us welcome nelson mandela. >> (cheers) >> the people of oakland, the bay area who have given me and my delegation--
>> many in the bay area and one never forget his visit back in 1990, this was a kron4 report, this video if you are looking at is about two decades ago. there was a packed crowd at the oakland coliseum. if you like to see this entire video you can go to our website at kron4.com >> we will take a break. i want to show you a live look outside the james lick freeway. san francisco is one about warmer spots. we are sent temperatures below freezing. we will have more coverage coming up. yes you did. yes you did. no i didn't. no i didn't.
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we're still tracking the cold temperatures for a third day across the bay. we will have a lot live look coming up. the >> freezing temperatures continued to drop here in walnut creek i will tell you what some residents say it's no big deal. >> the search for a girl believed to be kidnapped is over. more on the statewide amber alert that was issued.
degrees below freezing. >> fairfield is at 21 degrees. the temperatures have bottomed out. they should not get much colder in fact, some spots are few degrees warmer than yesterday. i am sure that as one would you are thinking about when you are living home. san francisco is technically one of the warmest spots and they have tied the record for the state said back 104 years ago. the sun is coming up and we're waking up to clear conditions. all less advanced is due to a storm system where we may see snow in the bay area. the santa cruz mountains and a part of the rest of the bay missy rainfall. we do have a lot of active weather and i will talk about this coming up. >>